Trent Kersten, LMU’s new volleyball coach, starts his tenure with one of the biggest matches in program history: a face-off against the University of Texas, the No. 1 team in the country and reigning national champion. He’d have it no other way
Ginni Rometty started working at IBM in 1981. When she retired in 2020, she did so as the company’s CEO — still a rare career path for a woman with executive abilities and aspirations. Here she talks about women’s leadership, economic anxiety and the economic imperative of diversity.
Richard Robin, S.J., stepped into his first job on campus in 1969. This year he is celebrating his retirement. Robin likes to say he always looks forward. But he has agreed to take this brief look back.
AI technology now allows any user to generate an image of almost anything they like that copies the work of almost any artist, putting the livelihoods of painters, illustrators and photographers at risk.
“Jimmy Who?” people asked in 1976 as the virtually unknown James Earl “Jimmy” Carter came out of nowhere to capture the Democratic nomination for president, eventually winning the presidential election. Carter was able to accomplish this unlikely victory for one…